Apricot Hotel

Amiral Tafdil Sok. No:18 D:2 Sultanahmet, Fatih, Istanbul, 34400, Turkey | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

The Road to Dubrovnik

A travel blog entry by niftymarsie


... impressed ... but as it's been mentioned on numerous occasions on the trip ...."it's all part of the experience!" An early night .... again .... though the cards have come out. An update at the end of the blog. We have been keen to try the traditional Croatian meal called the "Peka". We have found a Kobona (restaurant) close by which offers the iron bell way of cooking. It involves the cooking of lamb/veal on the open fire grill under an iron dome shaped lid. It's slow cooked so ...

Fresh Start

A travel blog entry by toml


... on the other hand, a well preserved, historic city; yes to Sultan Palaces but no to forbidden harems. When we stopped at at a tea house to try the nargile (water pipe) the flavor of the smoke was jelly bean. Don't get me wrong, this is still an adventure, but a little different than I had imagined. Our initial stay in Istanbul is just two nights, just enough to quell a little jet lag before we move on to central Anatolia, so I won't say much more. It is so nice to be out traveling ...

Prince's Islands

A travel blog entry by itchy-feet-bc


... located about 20K from Istanbul. Public transit is very reasonable here. The modern tram to the boat cost $1.50. The return trip to the islands was $5.00 each for about 3 hours on the water. Tonight we meet Arlene and Mike for dinner. They arrived in Istanbul today. This is our last day here. Tomorrow we board our return flight to Toronto and the. Vancouver. The boarding passes are printed and the airporter is ...

Istanbul again

A travel blog entry by jannettek


... herbs, ceramics, glass, etc . Lots to see. No pushy vendors, so had a good time wandering there. When we decided to head home we also spent quite some time finding the way. There are so many streets and alleys the required direction is hard to work out.

We ate one night at a strangely named place - the Pudding Shop. Not ...


A travel blog entry by leann-robyn


... to return at the end of our Turkish adventures to try and tick more off the city's to-do list.

We filled our time in Istanbul with siteseeing (the blue mosque and Hagia Sophia to name a few), marketing (some of the world's most famous trading markets filled with baklava, Turkish delight, spices, nuts and dried fruit, haggling, etc ...

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